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Scott Bates Returns from the Kingdom of Jordan; Kimberly Norwood Explains the Effects of Bias

Dec 29, 2015

National security expert Scott Bates recently returned from Amman, Jordan where he was working with government ministries and elected officials on a project funded by USAID. This hour, he stops by tell us more about his trip and discuss United States foreign policy in the Middle East. 

Later, we also hear from Washington University professor Kimberly Norwood. She recently visited Hartford to talk to local leaders about biases in life, lawmaking, and decision-making.

GUESTS:

  • Scott Bates - Senior Advisor for the Truman National Security project and president of Stonington Point Partners, an international strategic communications firm based in Connecticut
  • Kimberly Norwood - Professor of law at Washington University School of Law; her forthcoming book is called Ferguson’s Fault Lines: The Race Quake That Rocked A Nation

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Catie Talarski, Tucker Ives, and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.